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Department of Labor Secretary Hilda Solis outlined DOL’s FY 2010 budget request in a national online discussion with stakeholder groups, the general public and the news media. According to the DOL’s press release, the budget request for OFCCP in

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The EEOC issued a technical assistance document that provides guidance on how employers can prepare for the H1N1 virus without violating the Americans with Disabilities Act.

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The EEOC announced a lawsuit against Sam’s Club, which is owned and operated by Wal-Mart. EEOC’s lawsuit alleges Latino employees endured a hostile work environment based upon their Mexican national origin.

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A Pittsburgh hospital will pay $100,000 to settle a disability discrimination lawsuit in which the hospital allegedly fired an employee because she had cancer, according to an EEOC announcement. The EEOC alleged the hospital suddenly stopped

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The EEOC announced a lawsuit against a manufacturer alleging it failed or refused to promote female workers because of their sex to higher-paying jobs. The EEOC claimed the company discouraged female workers from seeking higher-paying jobs.

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The EEOC announced that Maverick Tube Corporation will pay $175,000 to settle a retaliation lawsuit in which the company allegedly retaliated against an employee for reporting to company officials that a manager had made racially offensive comments.

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EEOC announced that Duane Reade Inc. will pay $240,000 to settle a sexual harassment and retaliation lawsuit in which a store manager allegedly made vulgar remarks to female workers.

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The EEOC announced that a masonry company will pay $500,000 to settle a race and national origin discrimination lawsuit alleging the company’s foremen and former superintendent made derogatory remarks to Latino employees and failed to address

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The EEOC announced that a Maryland-based storage facility will pay $95,000 to settle a disability discrimination lawsuit that alleged the company unlawfully fired a maintenance worker, who had a visible disfigurement as a result of sustaining severe

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The EEOC announced that a construction company headquartered in Illinois will pay $630,000 to settle a race discrimination class lawsuit in which the company allegedly terminated several African American employees because of their race and

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